Philadelphia Eagles: 10 Possible Draft Scenarios

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Philadelphia Eagles: 10 Possible Draft Scenarios
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The draft is under a month away and guessing that the number of mock drafts the average NFL fan have read is somewhere in the thousands.

Having spent more time than I should thinking about the possibilities the Eagles have this year, I've decided to write them down.

Because I'm a nice guy and have an over rated value in my own opinion, I've decided the place to write it is on

A quick recap of our top four draft needs:

1) Running back - The signing of Andrews and the loss of Buckhalter puts the RB position top of the list. Hunt didn't work for us and Booker has been unsuccessful so far.

Westbrook needs someone to help carry the load so can be effective for a few more years.

(The order of the next three is little more up for debate)

2) Tackle or Guard - Both starting tackles are gone and only one has been replaced.

The Eagles could shift either Herremans or Shawn Andrews and bring in Cole, but the question marks on Shawn Andrews' mental issue and Stacey Andrews' injury recovery, for me it stays at No. 2.

3) Tight End - Celek emerged as our No. 1, but there aren't many people who think he's quite good enough to be our starter long term and would prefer him as a quality second option.

He was our best player on offense in a couple of games, but teams didn't really enter matches wondering how they would handle Brent Celek.

4) Wide Reciever - Fans still want a standout weapon at wideout, the success of Desean Jackson has only increased that fact. Curtis is 30 but started his career a little later than most so their should be plenty of fuel left in his tank.

Avant has also come off a very good year so this could be considered a luxury.

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